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Shapiro v. Mack (U.S. Supreme Court)

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Spokeo, Inc. v. Robins (U.S. Supreme Court)

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2014 was a mixed term for business at the Supreme Court.

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In each Supreme Court Term since 1987, at least one Mayer Brown lawyer has given an argument.

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Mayo Collaborative Services v. Prometheus Laboratories, Inc. (U.S. Supreme Court)

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Members of Mayer Brown’s appellate practice have argued about one appeal per week for the past several years.

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Members of Mayer Brown’s Supreme Court practice have argued 226 cases in the Supreme Court.

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Georgia-Pacific West, Inc. v. Northwest Environmental Defense Center (U.S. Supreme Court)

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See where Mayer Brown’s appellate lawyers have argued and won some of the most important cases of our time.

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In The News

April 26, 2016 Supreme Court Considers If Auto Service Advisors Are Exempt

Litigation & Dispute Resolution partner Brian Netter (Washington DC) is quoted in this article discussing an argument over whether service advisors are covered by a Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) exemption for employees primarily engaged in selling or servicing automobiles. Read »

April 25, 2016 Law360 names four Mayer Brown lawyers 2016 “Rising Stars”

Mayer Brown announced that four of the firm’s lawyers have been named 2016 “Rising Stars” by Law360:Cybersecurity & Data Privacy counsel Kendall Burman (Washington DC); Supreme Court & Appellate partner Michael Kimberly (Washington DC); International Trade partner Nikolay Mizulin (Brussels); and Government & Global Trade partner Stephanie Wagner (Chicago). This annual recognition honors “the top legal talent under 40,” which consists of “litigators and dealmakers practicing at a level usually seen from veteran attorneys,” the publication said. Read »

April 22, 2016 High Court Expresses Doubts About Drunken Driving Laws

Litigation & Dispute Resolution special counsel Charles Rothfeld (Washington DC) is quoted in this article discussing the US Supreme Court expressing doubts about laws in at least a dozen states that make it a crime for people suspected of drunken driving to refuse to take alcohol tests. Read »

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